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ghost
07-09-2006, 02:40
ok, i took out some anthologies, but i put everything else there.

william eggleston's guide - william eggleston
the art of landscape photography - chris coe
the eye of eisenstaedt - alfred eisenstaedt
chaos - josef koudelka
uncommon places - stephen shore

you can vote for reading books in the other thread (http://www.rangefinderforum.com/forums/showthread.php?p=334438#post334438).

let us now praise famous men - james agee and walker evans
mushashi - eiji yoshikawa
bystander: the history of street photography - colin westerbeck and joel meyerowitz
on photography - susan sontag
blink - malcolm gladwell
diane arbus: a biography - patricia boswell
walker evans - james r. mellow
looking at photographs - john szarkowski
dialogue with photography - paul hill and thomas cooper

Pherdinand
07-09-2006, 14:22
i'm sorry - what are you talking about???
What's the plan, what do you want to do with these books?

Pherdinand
07-09-2006, 14:23
By the way, "the otyher thread" link leads to an "invalid thread" error.

ghost
07-09-2006, 19:57
fixed the link. you must have missed the thread where people nominated books (http://www.rangefinderforum.com/forums/showthread.php?p=334237#post334237).

after we vote, order the book(s) chosen if you want to. we'll discuss it throughout august.

Pherdinand
07-10-2006, 01:09
i see. thanks.

ghost
07-10-2006, 12:34
keep the ball rolling.

pesphoto
07-10-2006, 13:14
voted for:
william eggleston's guide - william eggleston
-Because it is so different from what I do I think it would be refreshing to study.

Rafael
07-10-2006, 16:29
I voted for the Eye of Eisenstaedt because of the incredible range of subjects and subject matters that Eisenstaedt shot. I think that the book would provide for some very interesting discussions here.

ghost
07-11-2006, 11:41
any other takers?

ghost
07-13-2006, 13:23
you think a week might be too long for voting? how about we cut if off now?

Rafael
07-13-2006, 13:29
Sounds good. So we would be reading Eggleston then?

Diggin99
07-13-2006, 13:56
Also wondering if its william eggleston?


Nancy

f/stopblues
07-13-2006, 14:01
I'll jump on for Eggleston.. again, cause that's what my library has :)

f/stopblues
07-13-2006, 14:04
Hey, is this the one you're referring to? *Eggleston book* (http://catalog.kclibrary.org/uhtbin/cgisirsi/wI31cY4lK4/216040074/9)

ghost
07-13-2006, 17:15
ok, william eggleston's guide it is. check in here when you get it.

the library link timed out, but i searched and it doesn't look like they have it.

ghost
07-17-2006, 10:42
so, how's the book shopping coming along?

Rafael
07-17-2006, 10:50
Waiting for it to arrive in the mail.

Diggin99
07-18-2006, 13:09
I got my Eggleston book today and just started looking throgh it...I am already considering the fact that I have not thought about color much recently...

Nancy

pesphoto
07-18-2006, 13:15
ug, I forgot. Im gong to hit the library after work and see if they have it

pesphoto
07-18-2006, 13:17
meant going...not gong....

Rafael
07-21-2006, 06:39
My copy of Eggleston's Guide arrived in the mail this morning. I'm ready to go!:)

ghost
07-21-2006, 15:39
sweet! three people so far (including me)! who else ordered?

Rafael
07-26-2006, 06:36
What's hapening with the book club?

Rafael
07-28-2006, 10:12
Is this idea dead in the water?

ghost
07-28-2006, 11:40
waiting to see if other people got the book. just a couple more days.

pesphoto
07-28-2006, 11:52
sorry, with my wedding planning and everything I just havent had the time to get the books. I may have to wait till the next round guys.